• Bay Point Middle School Dress Code

    "We Dress for Success"

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    Bay Point Middle has adopted a modified uniform dress code for students that has been approved by School Advisory Committee and presented to the PTSA.

    Tops: A solid color polo style shirt (without logo preferred) or a Bay Point school-sponsored shirt will always be worn by students.
    Tops on Fridays: Students may wear a “sports team” or “college” T-Shirt or jersey.

    Bottoms: All bottoms must be SOLID khaki or SOLID dark blue (pants, jeans, capris, shorts or skirts.)

    • Shorts & Skirts must be mid-thigh length or longer
    • Free from rips, tears, holes or frays of any kind.
    • Gym shorts and/or basketball shorts may only be worn during P.E.
    • All pants and shorts shall be secured at the waist for student safety.

    In the event of cooler weather and cold classrooms:
    Hood less Jackets/Sweaters/Sweatshirts: These items may be worn over a school shirt- (no hoodies). A school shirt must also be worn.


    Parents, we greatly appreciate your assistance to help us maintain our dress code policy by following the criteria below
    • No skirts or dresses with see through or sheer material may be worn.
    • No tights, jeggings, or leggings are to be worn to school as a standalone for clothing.
    • No hats of any kind will be worn.
    • No bandanas of any kind will be worn for any purpose (including for hair clips or bows).
    • No head coverings may be worn. Exceptions will be made during the winter when students are outside-information will be provided.
    • For student safety reasons as we have outside halls and staircases, all shoes shall have a back and/or strap.




    The dress and grooming of District students shall be neat and clean, promoting a positive educational environment. Apparel that disrupts educational activities and processes of the school will result in the removal of the student from the regular school environment until acceptable apparel can be secured for the student. The administration will be the final judge about whether a student’s clothing is appropriate for school or whether it will create an environmental climate that is distracting to learning. Principals, faculty, and staff members will enforce the dress code. Failure to comply with the dress code will be handled similarly to other disciplinary infractions.